Get Involved

There are many great ways to get involved with NEASIST.  We always welcome new people!


Come to our next event for a fun and enriching experience.  We offer a variety of formal and informal events each year, including meetups, book discussion groups, dinners, and all-day conferences.  Learn about our upcoming events via the NEASIST-L mailing list, our Meetup group, or the chapter calendar.


Join our parent organization, ASIS&T, and become a member of NEASIST automatically if you live in any of the New England states.  In addition to all the great benefits of ASIS&T membership, including subscription to the Journal of the Association for Information Science and Technology (JASIST), discounts on conferences and other ASIS&T events, and access to the ASIS&T Jobline and digital library, NEASIST members receive discounts on all local chapter events.

Program Committee

Interested in getting even more involved?  Consider joining the NEASIST Program Committee, a friendly and committed group of NEASIST members charged with coordinating all the events that the chapter sponsors each year.

Reasons to join:

  • Network and meet other information professionals.
  • Have fun brainstorming ideas for new, innovative programs.
  • Get experience with conference and event planning.
  • Bring your innovative ideas to our group.

We typically hold meetings on the second Thursday of the month at Wheelock College in Boston, MA, from 6 to 7pm.  Meetings are posted on our calendar but are subject to change, so we recommend emailing our program committee chair for more info and directions if you are attending for the first time.

Upcoming Events

  • What Should We Want? Collection Development Workshop December 7, 2015 at 2:00 pm – 3:00 pm Wheelock College, Riverway, Boston
  • Save the Date: January Event on User Research January 6, 2017 Simmons College, Fenway, Boston

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January 2015: Data Visualization

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